Vida Tropical B and B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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perfect place to arrive from the airport. nice people.
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Today was another interesting day (as always). I thought we were going to go to soccer practice but that didn't happen. Instead we went to the soccer field and I had to be in a group photo with the team. Awko-taco. After that, we went to the aunts house and hung out there for a while, picked Jeni up from first communion class and went back to the aunts house. We played a lot of Crocodile-Mooreh (no me gusta). It's a hand slapping game. After that, we went back to ...
... a third of the country's population.
Culturally, the city can be considered almost entirely European influenced, in ...
... We assumed this was soda, bit it was actually a fruit juice that was freshly made and was absolutely delicious. I ordered some arroz con pollo which is chicken rice, cilantro, and a few veggies. Holy goodness. We ended the meal with two more frescos and some delicious desert. I don't know what it was, but Costa Rica is winning so far in the food category. We paid something like...$20.00 each and treated ourselves to a feast for our first night. Pura Vita!
... He talks to his mates in Year 7 at Grammar and they all say it is tough going. I would push him through this block if I thought it was worth it but I have had enough too and I'm so ready to close this chapter that has been open for 27 years.
With this decision made, we are planning on making the most of our time here and plans have been set in motion to travel for the remaining month or two. We ...
... very thankful for his interesting analysis and insights. When I asked 'Latam is the continent of the future, right?' He replied 'For sure...as it has been for the past few decades'. He had a point. My hope is that this time is the right one. We ended our first day by having some tasty chicken, fried plantains and other delicious things in a local restaurant with Meli, one of Gabe's local relatives and a friend of hers, ...